The Scuderia Toro Rosso team will see Jean-Eric Vergne start the Hungarian Grand Prix from eighth on the grid, with Daniil Kvyat right behind him in tenth despite spinning on his quickest lap in the second segment of qualifying at the Hungaroring.
Vergne was strong throughout qualifying, even topping the opening segment, but ultimately had to settle for eighth on the grid. He felt better in the car than he had done on Friday, and is in a positive frame of mind heading into the race, hoping to score some more points for the team.
'It was a good qualifying session,” said Vergne. “The team has done a great job overnight to give me a car today that I felt much better with than yesterday,...
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